People listen to audiobooks while traveling, gardening, cooking, cleaning, walking and even while falling asleep. The ability to download audiobooks has made it easier to read no matter where you are or what you’re doing.
If you used the Library Now app to access Kitsap Regional Library, you may be wondering why you can no longer find us in the app’s list of libraries. Unfortunately, we are no longer working with Library Now.
We first added the app to our services in November 2013 when the WA State Library offered it to us for a 1 year trial period – at no cost to KRL. This was a great opportunity to see how an app would be received by the community and the value it might add to our overall services.
Most people think of the library as a place to borrow books; Kitsap Regional Library is that and so much more! ‘Checkout’ these under-the-radar services:
Did you take advantage of Amazon’s recent Kindle sale? Getting ebooks to your Kindle is easy! Do you also have a smart phone or non-Amazon tablet? Install Amazon’s free Kindle Reader app and send Kindle books to those devices, too; sending the book to both places allows you to you start reading on one device and pick up where you left off on another device.
There are 3 steps to getting a Kindle book from the Library to your device:
Come to the library for one-on-one assistance enrolling for health insurance using WA Healthplanfinder! Certified Navigators from Peninsula Community Health Services (PCHS) will answer your questions, review health insurance options for you and your family, find out if you qualify for financial help, and work with you to complete the enrollment process.
When ebooks first came on the scene, book lovers eyed them with suspicion. Humph. Devices are fine but paper is better, aren’t we agreed? The smell of a new book, the heft of a tome, the feel of the pages…it’s more pure. More real. More legitimate.